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Top STATA tutors teach an average of 64.8 topics*. I am not a jack-of-all trades. I specialize in STATA and closely related subjects. I have used STATA extensively in my graduate coursework. I use STATA professionally in my day job, as an economic analyst for the federal government. Over 90% of my tutoring work is helping people with Quantitative research. I work with students from undergraduates to researchers with PHDs that need help with STATA. I do anything from helping people better understand STATA for homework assignments to being a research assistant or statistical programming assistan [more]

I have a master of statistics degree and an MBA degree from UCLA. Stata is the software tool for performing econometrics work. My master thesis from UCLA contains the description of how I used Stata to do panel data modeling and the results. I teach statistics courses. I also teach and help with data analysis. For all the work that I agree to take, I strive to win your total satisfaction or no money charged. The statistiscs teaching are at three levels: 1) College and elementary statistics Nowadays statistics has quickly become a core course for most majors in universities, under many name [more]

I believe I am capable of tutoring the statistical program STATA. I have been tutoring Economics at Hunter College and some of the assignments would require using STATA, and I was able to help students correctly use the software and interpret the results. I have also used it myself on numerous assignments and have used it to work on a research project as well. I try to explain what each command does and then try to see if the student can use one of the mentioned commands to answer the question they have. [more]

I use STATA on a daily basis for my research and have for 10 years. I have co-taught an advanced programming in STATA summer course at the Essex Summer School in Colchester, UK. I have held workshops at my university on getting started with Stata and on advanced topics in STATA programming. I currently teach a PhD level course in multivariate statistical analysis and use STATA as the primary course software. I am a social science researcher with 5+ years of experience teaching statistics, research design, and statistical software and data management. I hold a PhD in political science and have [more]

I've taught STATA in graduate level courses in statistics and econometrics, and I use it in my daily work as a PhD student in economics. Hi! I'm a former high school math teacher, and I tutor part time while I'm working towards a PhD in economics. My specialty is in economics and mathematics, and I can tutor in either field up to undergraduate-level courses (and some graduate-level courses, depending on the subject). I can also help with other high school-level courses. I'm happy to work with you whether you're struggling in your current class and want to see improvement or you want to get [more]

STATA is my statistical package of choice. I produce sample code for the programs at the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Additionally, I frequently participate in conferences and workshops as a presenter utilizing BLS data using STATA programming. The econometrics courses at William & Mary were all taught using STATA. Taylor is a graduate of the College of William and Mary with a degree in economics and a minor in mathematics. He is currently employed as an economist at the Bureau of Labor Statistics and has a strong practical background with mathematics. Before coming to the Washington, D.C. area [more]

I learned STATA during graduate school at the University of Chicago, where I took a practicum course in the Harris School of Public Policy that required the learning and use of STATA. I have continued to improve my STATA, since I am an owner of a data collection and analysis company that focuses on program evaluation for arts & culture organizations. I do data analysis on STATA constantly, so I am very well-versed in the program. Hello! My name is Jeffrey. I hold a B.A. in the history of philosophy, science, and mathematics from St. John's College and an M.A. from the University of Chicago in [more]

I have taken many graduate level statistics courses. I worked as an Associate Economist for 2.5 years, where at least 75% of my work was programming in Stata, and I was often a "go-to" person with Stata questions. I have 15 years experience tutoring, teaching and mentoring. I live in Fair Lawn, NJ and in Feb 2011 became a full time mother of twin girls. I am looking for new students. Currently I predominantly tutor math test prep, including both the SAT, SAT2 and the ACT, but have extensive experience tutoring any level of math from elementary school to college courses, and especially love pro [more]

I have supported Stata (along with other stat packages) at NYU Data Services Group for 20 years. A former actuary, I moved to acad. research at Cornell by participating in a large EPA grant as stat/dba administrator. I have consulted with NYC Children's Services, and taught Stata for Timberlakes Consultancy (an Oxford U affiliated group). Presently, I'm working with Stata/Mapping visualization tools for thematic mapping, the set of commands around "spmap". Stata may be approached from several directions: 1) as a data management package, 2) as a statistical analysis tool, and 3) as a data v [more]

I used STATA in my graduate classes. I have designed my own experiments, collected and organized data, and I have performed statistical calculations to perform my analysis. I have three years of STATA experience. I am a dual degree masters student working towards completing my Masters in Environmental Policy after finishing up my MBA this past spring. In the process I have had to refine my math and analytics skills. I have developed a love for problem solving and working with others to arrive at a solution. At times classmates have asked for help with problem solving and I have been more tha [more]

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